Road Safety Week Assembly.
This Assembly contains:
It includes discussion points, a reflective quote, Optional Christian prayer and YouTube links.
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A beautifully illustrated colouring poster for children to learn about speed limits by entering the speed limit number in the speed limit sign held by the two school children.
Keep them entertained colouring it in too!
A fun game designed to promote class discussion and teach some important road safety rules. Comes complete with game cards and a reference sheet listing 10 ways to stay safe on the roads. A perfect activity for Child Safety Week or any time of the year. Find an interactive version of this game on The Literacy Club website at http://www.theliteracyclub.com
A set of rules for keeping safe when out and about on the roads. Ziggle the alien is new to this planet and isn't used to traffic. But if he follows these simple rules he should stay safe. Can the children think of other rules to add. A perfect resource for the whiteboard or wall for Road Safety Week or at any time of the year. From www.theliteracyclub.com.
An assembly suitable for KS2 - KS4 (language may need a small edit for KS2 on some slides) for The Road Safety Week 2017 - November 20th to November 26th 2017. Updated with latest BRAKE resource "Speed Matters" video.
Slide 1: Introduction
Slide 2: Speeding facts for 2016/2017
Slide 3: Why is speeding such an issue?
Slide 4: The impact of speeding - Avril's story (video)
Slide 5: Key messages in 2017
Slide 6: Stopping distances - what are they?
Slide 7 and 8: What can you do to raise awareness and be safe?
Slide 9: Speed Matters video with Maddie Moate [KS2 recommended]
Slide 10: Closing message and links for more information
Road Safety Week is an opportunity for schools, colleges, nurseries and youth clubs to take action on road safety issues to help make your community a safer place.
Register for this year (19-25 November) and receive your free email action pack, with downloadable posters, advice and case studies to help you plan successful activities.
Last year thousands of educators, children and young people across the country got involved in this event, coordinated by the charity Brake.
For more information, including ideas for how to get involved, and to register visit www.roadsafetyweek.org.uk
A unique certificate created for National First Aid week or any topic around keeping safe or ourselves. Children learning about basic road safety will love this award.
Key words: Staying safe, road safety, ourselves, me, our bodies, feelings, people who help us.
PLEASE leave feedback. This is part of my PMR.\nA PPT covering road safety with 3 video clips. Group activity to see what students know. Looks at use of headphones and mobile phone and being a passenger in a friends car.\nRoad Safety Week starts 17th Nov 2014
<p>A fun Road Safety quiz game for primary school children from The Literacy Club. Perfect for Road Safety Week or at any time of the year. For a fully interactive version of this game, and a chance to win a Personal Reflector to keep you safe on the roads after dark, go to http://www.theliteracyclub.com.</p>
I used this resource for communication with parents to give them some ideas about the theme and learning that will take place, so they can follow up on this at home. This could be linked to Transport theme or Day and Night.
Really useful online action pack produced by Brake, the road safety charity. Includes information on teaching road safety to different age groups. Includes facts and figures on road safety, lesson and activity ideas, resource catalogue, form for ordering free road safety posters, information on National Road Safety Week and free downloadable powerpoint presentations for use on interactive whiteboards. Go to www.roadsafetyweek.org and click on ‘educators’ on the main menu.
You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different aspects of road safety being shown in each of the photos.
This pack contains a 31 Teaching Activity Teacher Guide using these photo flash cards. These activities are quick and fun to do and will improve both your students' memory and vocabulary skills.
You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about Road Safety.
The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different Road Safety Activities. The students can then discuss why they think each aspect of road safety is important.
The photos could also be used as prompts for creative writing, factual writing or descriptive writing.
6 week lesson plan for SEN & KS1 students. Planning includes road safety, stranger awareness and what constitutes an emergency and what to do in an emergency. Planning includes videos, power points which can be accessed via twinkl. Plenary and differentiation is included also.
This planning was created for a class of SEN students and was designed to meet their needs.